Here we go! Today we have another fantastic episode for you to enjoy. Donnie Ozone once again brings you the latest, the greatest and the gems pulled from the blocSonic catalog. In the middle of it all, Timezone Lafontaine’s 20 Minute Workout is once again packed with an insane amount… Read more
That’s right kids… Donnie not only has the December 2022 of Tha Bloc Report for you to enjoy, but he’s also come ready for hip-hop heads with his new EP!
Donnie Ozone and friends bring us Dust On Wax!
Oh boy… today we’ve got a dope hip-hop treat for you… Read more
This month we’re excited to have the talented Eddie Palmer stop by to chop it up with Pot-C! Eddie has been releasing music with blocSonic since 2016 with the projects Fields Ohio, Vietnam II, & Electric Mirrors. However, his ties go back to 2014 when Fields Ohio first appeared on… Read more
Vietnam II is a post-surf band from Columbus, Ohio. Originally created by Eddie Palmer in 2004 with guitarist Jamarr Mays joining in 2006, the group went on indefinite hiatus in the early 2000s while the members explored other projects. Palmer went on to helm an experimental sci-fi outfit called The… Read more
Today we close out September with not one, but two new maxBlocs for you to enjoy… Ritual Meadows by Electric Mirrors and Five By Five II: Sloth by The Impossebulls!
Electric Mirrors “Ritual Meadows”
This is the 2nd incredible single from Electric Mirrors’ album UFO Stories. If you enjoyed the… Read more
If you enjoyed, Neon Jesus Wins The World Cup, last week’s single that Electric Mirrors released with us, then you’re definitely going to be thrilled to hear this great new album (EM’s debut long player for blocSonic). If, for some reason, you missed the single, be sure to check it… Read more
I’m very pleased to be able to present to you “Neon Jesus Wins The World Cup”, the debut single by Electric Mirrors for blocSonic. EM is an incredible electropop project consisting of Derek Rutter (Asheville, NC) & Eddie Palmer (New York, NY) that merges elements of synthpop pioneers Depeche Mode… Read more